The sound of our voice can tell us much about what is going on in the body. We have all listened to someone talking, either face to face or on the phone, and thought that this person is angry, tired, stressed, excited, happy, sad, etc.
Without any special training it is fairly easy for anyone to identify such characteristics with the human ear.
Now with the cutting-edge science of VoiceBio technology, based on quantum physics, it is possible to determine just what is really going on within the body.
Sound Therapy has come of age. In the early 1990s, Kae Thompson-Liu, a naturopath and health researcher, was led to the power of sound, frequency and energetic fields through numerous pioneers in energy medicine. After taking a variety of courses in this field, Kae found that none of them gave her the tools, safety and reliability she required. In frustration, she abandoned these practices and invented her own proprietary VoiceBio© system.
VoiceBio is known and respected worldwide as an incredible energetic assessment tool, due to its pain-free, non-invasive process, accuracy, speed, ease of use, affordability, reliability and extent of the information provided. VoiceBio lets our voice tell us what our body already knows.
How does VoiceBio analysis work?
We could be forgiven for thinking the human voice consists of one sound that is distinctive from person to person. In reality the voice sound we hear is actually a composite of 12 individual sound frequencies. It is the blend of these 12 frequencies that gives each person’s voice its distinctive sound quality.
The sound of the voice represents the composite frequencies of the human body. Each emotion, organ, gland and system of the human body has its own frequency that resonates to particular nutrients, minerals and vibrations required for their function. There are 12 keynote frequencies in the body corresponding to the 12 notes of the chromatic musical scale. As an example, the colon vibrates to the note of B, the liver to the note of G, and the adrenal glands to the note of Eb.
In a relaxed 5-minute conversation with the VoiceBio practitioner, the patient speaks into a microphone which is connected through a special interface box to a computer. Not a single word spoken is recorded, but the computer uses sophisticated software to analyse the sound frequencies produced by the patient’s voice.
VoiceBio accurately examines frequency patterns in the body, showing which tonal frequencies are either heavy (overworked or exhausted) or weak (stagnant or not working).
From an assessment of the information processed through the computer, the VoiceBio practitioner is better informed to determine the most appropriate method of treatment needed to restore the health of you, the patient.